Newsletter February 2020
Happy new year!
EPINOR distribute grants three times in 2020, remember to read the guidelines carefully. You will find the link below.
Make sure you hold the following 2020-dates:
8th - 11th June - the EPINOR Summer School in beautiful Solstrand
30th - 4th December 2020 EPINOR will invite all members to an exclusive course and workshop in Tromsø
Coming PhD defenses
Berit Skretting Solberg: “Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder - sex differences in psychiatric comorbidity and transgenerational recurrence risks. A population-based study using Norwegian registry data"
February 7, 2020
|February 12, 2020|
Congratulations on defending your thesis
|Gunnhild Hagen: "Aspects of the Health Economic Evaluation of Hip Fracture Prevention and Management. A Marriage of Methods"|
|Ingrid Baasland: CINDERELLA-study. Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia - detecting relevant lesions - an evaluation of different links in the Norwegian cervical cancer screening program chain|
|Jessica Gabin: "Modifiable risk factors for dementia - A study examining the association between dementia and blood pressure, low grade inflammation, and renal impairment"|
|Wai Phyo Aung: “Diabetes mellitus in Yangon Region, Myanmar. Urban-rural difference in prevalence, trends and associated factors”|
|Tone Flølo: «Long-term outcomes after vertical sleeve-gastrectomy»|
|Aleksandra Pirnat: "Number of children: pre- and post-pregnancy lipids, effect of pregnancy outcome and modification by perinatal loss"|
|Carl Michael Baravelli: "Clinical long-term consequences of acute hepatic porphyria and porphyria cutanea tarda"|
|Soheir Hassan Ahmed: “Prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors among Somalis living in Norway and Somaliland”|
|Lars Christian Bråten: “Chronic low back pain with Modic changes -Antibiotic treatment and clinical characteristics”|
|Laxmi Bhatta: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Norway; Prevalence, Classification, Hospitalization, and Mortality: The HUNT Lung Study|
|Eivind Skarpsno: The bidirectional association between sleep problems and chronic musculoskeletal pain: influence of lifestyle, physical work exposure and systemic inflammation.|